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IxDA SF is the San Francisco chapter of the global Interaction Design Association (IxDA). Serving over 4,000 members from around the Bay Area, IxDA SF hosts a wide range of design-focused and social events throughout the year.
We partner with great companies to host talks and activities that move interaction design forward and enable practitioners to advance skills, and also provide a platform for members to add their voices to the larger conversation about design practice.
Above all, we seek to curate the sharing of ideas, perspectives, and inspiration that help make us all better and more aware thinkers and designers.
SOLD OUT but some tickets are still available through this Meetup group Accessibility and inclusive design are integral to success in product design and development. In this talk, the Zendesk Garden…
Hi, UX practitioners. Are you tired of being disrespected, misunderstood, circumvented, excluded, and overruled at your job? How about "anybody can do UX" or "let's just have the junior graphic desig…
Hello, all! We need your help. IxDA San Francisco has great talks and events in the hopper for 2018, and we need help to make them happen.What kind of help? Well, we’re specifically looking for people interested in planning and running events as…Continue
Dear SF Interaction Designers,I am fellow IXDASF member and creative technologist who is also the organizer of local meetup group SF Interaction Design. We are looking for :1. Speaker for our future meetup on Interaction Design: If yo would like to…Continue
Started by Suyash Joshi in General Discussion Apr 21.
Via IxDA Executive Director Brenda Sanderson:If you are a woman in tech -- whether studying or working in the sector -- IxDA had some great news! IxDA is partnering with Google to make the Google travel grant program available to women interested in…Continue
Started by Maria Cordell in General Discussion Jan 15, 2016.